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your ground defense laws calling for states to qualify their standards which vary and are applied inconsistently. this is live coverage on c-span. >> young trayvon martin sought to defend himself because i strongly suspect that mr. zimmerman could not apprehend any lawful reason for a young black male to walk through his middle-class neighborhood. to mr. zimmerman, the blackness served as a crude roxy for criminality. this unfortunate outcome sends a twofold message. first, it tells floridians they can incorrectly profile lung -- young brack -- young black children, kill them, and be protected by standard ground laws. it sends a more ominous message to young black children for it consider myself fortunate to live in a jurisdiction that does not have stand your ground laws. what if it did? i have an african-american son who is just shy of his 13th birth date whose name ironically is trey. what advice would you give him? ie only responsible advice if lived in a standard grandeur is diction would be that if he ever felt seriously threatened by a stranger, that he would have to use a
in europe especially. germany's former defense minister will explain what is going on there. and then the former nsa director will help us understand what america's spies are really doing around the world and michael bloomberg called the mayor of the world. with the election of his successor on hand, what lessons does bloomberg have to share with us? one of them, cities need rich people. he'll explain. and the latest weapon against bad guys. it's not a new fangled drone or bunker buster bomb. it's simply brittany. i'll explain. revelations about the national security agency and spying on foreign allied leaders has been embarrassing for the obama administration at a time when it hardly needs more bad news. is it more than an embarrassment? should it raise alarms abroad and at home? at first glance this is a story that is less about ethics and more about power. the great power gap between the united states and other countries even rich european ones. the most illuminating response came from the former foreign minister of france. he said in a radio interview, let's be honest we
calls there. once again the white house is on the defensive about perhaps which have caused a rift with its alleys. this starts our coverage. >> another day, another embarrassment, another american ambassador simmondsed to see angry european -- sum oned to see angry utep officials. >> the newspaper on monday revealed large scale american intelligence gathering in spain. as many as 60 million phone alls scooped up in one month alone. they met congressional leaders in washington to discuss the surveillance. >> many of my colleagues are angry and disturbed that friends are spying are friend. you have to register the anger of my german colleagues and others who don't feel that should be the case. >> the revelations keep coming, and they are acutely embarrassing for washington. there is already a review of the way in which intelligence my be gathered. but the administration is quick to defend the need for large-scale intelligence gathering. >> the work that is being done here saves lives and protects the united states and protects our allies. and protects americans stationed in very dan
will come together and inundate this town. >> reporter: there was simply no defense for a 14-foot storm surge. >> the entire coastline has basically been rearranged. >> reporter: it swamped the electrical grids and laid waste to hundreds of miles of shoreline. >> i was lucky to survive. i went to a friend's house thinking okay, i'll be back the next day. >> reporter: a year of next days later -- >> this is my patio. >> reporter: bill mullen tends to an empty lot where his ortley beach home once stood. he didn't have flood insurance. >> they will allow me $5100 to replace the shingles on my roof and the siding on my walls. >> reporter: a roof he no longer has. sandy destroyed or damaged 56,000 homes, caused at least $65 billion in damage. one county recently estimated 26,000 people still hadn't returned home. after ending a year of shuffling through three hotels paid for by the city of new york, cheryl manuel and her children have just now found a home. >> we were people that was living in homes that was destroyed by sandy. and they were treating us like we were somebody they picked up o
interception. all games in defense proved why they are number one in defense, holding the wolfer eens to minus 48 yards, rushing the worst o output in michigan history. >> let's jump to the fourth. under three minutes - nsu puts the nail in the coffin. >> 40 yard touchdown, langford. 29-6, a lopsided win. >> ohio's coach hasn't lost a game in 35 months. things didn't go well. that's not good. danny etling's pass intercepted. then on ohio state's second play from scrimmage, different story. braxton miller to jeff. produced defense mia. 40-yard touchdown. ohio state extending to 21 games, ball game. how about big 10 action, penn state and illinois back on track after losing last week. penn state kicker sam from 35 yards out. game tied at 17. we go to overtime. christen on third and call carder coming up big with his first touch down catch. 24-17. now it's illinois's turn. nathan schillehouse's pass. intercepted. fights and holds on to win 24-17 in ot. >> they are resilient. we have a great bunch of kids. they come back every week, work hard. i'm proud to be their head football coach. >> wisconsi
interception. the game is part of defense, approving why they are ranked number one. wolfer ins rushing. the worst output in michigan history. let's jump to the fourth. with under three minutes to go, msu puts the nail in the coffin. 40 yard touch down, langford a buck 20. it was the most lopsided win in the series since 1967. >> we shust robinson -- shut robinson down, it was a two-headed quarterback. how did we do it? played good defense. played our defense. there was no surprises. what they saw is what we saw. >> big 10 action, penn state and illinois look to get back on track after losing last week. sam finkin - tied at 17. to overtime. chrissian haken berg on third. kyle comes up big with a first td catch. 24-17. now it's illinois's turn. this is when nathan selhouse, his path tipped at the ends zone. penn state fired up and hold on for the win. >> how about wisconsin and iowa looking to break a record of 42 and two. second quarter wisconsin down six. star i have to peterson off a 44 yard touchdown. there's more where that came from. star vi pitch and catch. joel star vi with a 11
bills yesterday without scoring a single touchdown on offense, but who cares when your defense can score two touchdowns? you know the chiefs were the worst team in the nfl last season. they won just two games. it's been an improbable turnaround. they have now won nine in a row. their best start in ten years. now the chiefs look ahead to a nice bye week, guys. and then they will be tested because people have said, well, the kansas city chiefs to a 9-0 start and haven't played anybody yet and haven't beat any good teams. they play the denver broncos twice in three weeks so we will see. >> it's hard to beat them twice in three weeks but 9-0 is impressive and no one guessed that. >>> coming up for us next, edward snowden manifest tow of truth is what he is calling it. he is ghademanding the u.s. dro espionage charges against him and why he is suggesting he is is not criminal. >>> a bizarre security breach at o'hare airport. an alligator on the loose in terminal 3! what? wait, wait, wait... no, no, no, wait, wait. (baby crying) so you can deposit a check... with the touch of a finger. so you
operations, even allegedly gaining access to the missile defense agency. >>> and at least 13 deaths are now being blamed on that powerful storm in northern europe. we see here. winds topped nearing 100 miles per hour. toppling scaffolding. crumbling it like tin foil. meanwhile, in amsterdam, we saw this at the top of the show. that falling tree, almost crashing down on a biker. you can see him here in that spot shadow, stopping just in time. millions of people have now lost power in the storm. of course, we'll have updates as news becomes available. >>> and two inmates who inched their way to freedom through the bathroom of an oklahoma jail are now back behind bars this morning but two other fugitives who escaped are still on the run, considered armeded and dangerous. and abc's ryan owens has the latest. >> reporter: two down, two to go. oklahoma authorities recaptured two of the four inmates who escaped this jail. officers spotted these two. here are their new mug shots, monday afternoon as they shopped for ramen noodles at this store less than 20 miles from the jail. >> the cops just swar
hurt the defense case. our legal panel weighs in coming up. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or you are ready for retirement, we'll help you get there. jon: breaking news on stories we're watching around the world. china suspect as car crash at beijing's tianamen square which an suv plowed into pedestrians killing five people was actually a suicide attempt. sources say beijing police are searching for two members of the china's muslim community for questioning. >>> hurricane-force winds battering europe from great britain to the netherlands killing more than a dozen people so far, cutting power for thousands and forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights. >>> the captain of the ill-fated costa concordia back in court hearing testimony for a second day. witnesses describe the chaos on the night
morally defensible way and go in there for the chemical weapons and the more he thought about it and what was going on in the u.n. and what the ramifications were w. h, he decided no. he headed back to the united nation and threw it in their lap. >> bill, do you think any of these things will stick he has three years left. >> they are republican controversy. and they were trying to get the president involved. ronald reagan had the iran contra. and bill clinton had the lewinsky scandal and he survived and so far obama is surviving too. >> it will be interesting to he 15seewhat the next couple of mos will bring. >> straight ahead we'll hear from the husband of a woman in the central a center of a heartg story that has been a flash point of the suicide debate. >> and fantasy football. the idea of if you should be able to invest in your favorite players. >> start every morning, every day, 6am to 10 eastern with al jazeera america. (vo) gripping films from the world's top documentary directors. this sunday: it seemed like a normal adoption >> do you think this family has a lot of secrets? >> i
have seen that no defense evidence was called whatsoever. my clients have no right to appeal. rather than seek their extradition before the trial started, the government decided to forego that and go for a sensationalist victory, which has more to do with the upcoming election and little to do with justice. >> can i ask you an historical question. why did both men flee bangladesh after the war of independence in "71. if they weren't guilty of anything, what were they fleeing from. >> my understanding, certainly from chowdhury mueen-uddin - he responded to that question. to say that they fled is an unfair characterisation of what happened. they both supported the unity of pakistan on a political standpoint. neither supported the military action, and they have distanced themselves from it. mr chowdhury mueen-uddin for example, returned several times to bangladesh over the last 40 years, as never attempted to conceal his whereabouts, and has not shied away from these allegations. he has said, quite openly - he said it to this news station and publicly - that he is prepared to put himsel
, like angela merkel. you'll hear a lot of defensiveness and i use that word carefully. there's a lot that the nsa and director of intelligence want to remind people about. it's the reason they engage in data collection in the first place. they immediately turn to 9/11 and what happened then and what they are trying to do to prevent that. they come to this, the head of the nsa saying he wanted to speak from his heart and talked about that. really putting forth a vigorous defense for the people who work at these agencies too. they did that knowing there were protesters sitting a few words behind from the group cold pink recode pink removed because of disruptions they brought to it. their message was stop spying on us. this is a time when the agencies and spy work highly classified to begin with is under this new level of public scrutiny and diplomatic ramifications with what's happening with our allies. when you have someone like dianne feinstein, one of the most fierce defenders and supporters of the intelligence community, when she has questions or doubts, that's a sign there's a p.r
an impassioned defense and here's homeland security correspondent bob orr. >> reporter: the director of national intelligence today confirmed the n.s.a. has long spied on friendly foreign leaders to understanding the thinking of both enemies and allies. >> it's invaluable to us to know where countries are coming from, what their policies are, how that would impact us across a whole range of issues. >> reporter: german chancellor angela merkel has accused the u.s. of monitoring her personal cell phone. senate intelligence committee member, republican susan collins, said today that's inappropriate. >> there's absolutely no justification for our country to be collecting intelligence information on the leaders of some of our closest allies. >> reporter: but before the house intelligence committee, clapper was unapologetic. >> some of this reminds me a lot of classic movie ""casablanca--" god, there's gambling going on here, it's the same kind of thing. >> reporter: national security agency chief keith alexander said european partners have not been shy about spying on the u.s. alexander was questione
: absolutely but dianne feinstein is not the person to do it. her biggest negotiation comes in from the defense contractors. a need to replace her with someone else like henry waxman or bernie sanders. jonathan strong who covers congress for national review magazine tweeted this about feinstein cause reaction -- -- feinstein's reaction -- thomason maryland, and republican caller. alexander had it right on the money. we are going through a lot of politics. obviously it is unpopular. associate nominee good things with the word "espionage." many goodciate not things with the word "s cannot show." -- "espionage." going back to it alexander said, made ace s valtem and we usually have to justify things with probable cause. we are not willy-nilly spying on angela merkel. that is a good strategy to half. there is some intelligence -- if there is some intelligence we are doing legitimately, we can always fall back on it and that is pretty much what i want to say. the story in "the washington post" has the headline -- group thatbipartisan wants to rein in the nsa spying program and stop this dragnet coll
that african-american defendants have availed themselves of the stand your ground defense more frequently than have anglo defendants. >> stand your ground is good law for minorities? he's wrong. the numbers tell the story. under stand your ground, if the victim is black or hispanic, the killer walks free 78% of the time. but if the victim is white, the killer walks free 56% of the time. a 22 point difference. no matter what self-appointed expert ted cruz says, those are the facts that really matter. joining me now is trayvon martin's mother sybrina fulton and her lawyer daryl parks. thank you for being here. >> thank you for having us. >> thank you. >> you know, i know it's been an emotional day for you, sybrina, but what's your response to these comments of stand your ground that senator ted cruz made during the hearing today? >> i think there's some disconnect there. i think he certainly is not aware of the real law and how it affects us as a community. i have a real problem when teenagers are afraid to walk to the store for a drink and candy. there are issues there. and you want everybody t
virginia is very much tied to the federal government in terms of investment defense spending and technology investment. and i think the republicans are going to pay a very heavy price for that next tuesday. >> you know, we have -- you talk about sort of the gender gap there. you have the latest poll, "washington post"/abc news has mcauliffe winning by 24 points among women. i think back to four years ago, mcauliffe, his national reputation, he was a bungler. sort of a d.c. big pun guy. he ran four years ago in virginia, got trounced in the democratic primary. you know, i hear there's a writer for "new york" magazine who said at the start of this campaign this year that terry mcauliffe is the democrat that democrats have been dreaming of voting against. i just look at this race, congressman, in all honesty, do you think there's anything terry mcauliffe has done to win this thing other than just not be ken cuccinelli? >> i think terry has run a very disciplined campaign. i think he's addressed issues in a very forthright way. you know, some of them very progressive positions on gun issues, fo
today. good public servants, people well-trained and were in the line of defense. i think everything really worked as well as it could have worked at lax today where law enforcement people stepped in and saved a lot of lives, did what they were trained to do, whether it was the tsa, whether it was the police. the system worked pretty well, piers. and i think we should all take a great deal of comfort in knowing that the system that was put in place after 9/11, the system that has kept a lot of americans safe on aircraft worked well today. >> i totally endorse what you're saying. there are calls from certain sections that the only answer to an incident like this is for the tsa to be armed themselves. what was your reaction be to that? >> well, piers, let -- let me just say that's a silly idea. it's a dumb idea. it would not work. what happened today was the law enforcement people add lax, the lax police, the people that are trained at the airport to intervene did that and they saved a lot of lives. the tsa people did what they were supposed to do, which made sure that people were take
the first run defense. frank, 19 yard run. had 19 carry 37 yards, two touchdowns. later in the 1st. a keeper for the capper. now, 12-yard run, gets it there. 2-0, 49ers, gets it at the trade mark. now, when the run works, notice the play action, all alone for it. 21-0, san francisco. one more option for good measure before the half. he ran for 54 yards and accounted for 3 total touchdowns, 49ers raen for 241 yards. 35-10. patrick takes it from lewis. and, he picks up the fumble and returns it 47 yards for the touchdown. the 49ers, easy. 42-10. jacksonville falls now to 0-8. >> it was an amazing experience for our players and me personally. beginning of the game playing the two national anthems, i, i felt like i was at the olympics. as a youngster i wanted to be in the olympics. at that moment i was feeling like this is when they start playing the national anthem. got a chill when they were there. >> he gets it up there. jason campbell gets the start, handing them the first loss. now, smith, looks at that, getting it. 225 yards, 2 touchdowns, the chiefs win it 21-17, they are undefeated at 8-
the president should stop apologizing, stop being defensive. the reality the nsa saved thousands of lives, not only in the cites, france, germany, throughout europe. >> reporter: the wall street journal -- after a white house review uncovered the operation this summer. suzanne mcguinness, cbs news, washington. >>> "the american journalist first reported secret documents given to him by edward snowedden tweeted the guardian newspaper will publish a new spying revelation today. >>> developing news in southern england. at least two people died in a powerful storm hammering region. winds up to 99 miles per hour knocked out power to more than 220,000 people. heath row airport refusing the number of flights today because of that severe weather. >>> time now is 6:09. michael jackson's former doctor a free man. the state law that let conrad murray out of jail. >>> reopening day on new york's ellis island a year after super storm sandy -- >>> the big typo that took the field during yesterday's game. >>> high-def doppler showing light rain falling over the santa cruz mountains. for more on this, p
in this program. >> i think the president should stop apologizing, stop being defensive. the reality is the nsa has saved thousands of lives, not just the united states, but also the transit germany and throughout europe. >> the merkel eavesdropping ended after administration uncovered it last summer and intercepted millions of calls by spanish citizens. >>> jury selection under way in a phone hacking trial in britain. the main defendants, rebecca brooks and andy colson, arrived in court today. they're editors of the news of the world tabloid which is now at a business. brooks and colson are accused of hacking the phones of celebrities and making illegal patients for information. ellis island is open to tourists. new york's historic destination reopened this morning a year after being shut down by damage from hurricane sandy and the first boats that arrived were packed with visitor. >> we didn't think we'd have a chance to step foot on the island and it worked out really well. >> sandy left the site under 8 feet of water badly flooding the immigration and $77 million was spent to get it back op
of alan astefs -- estevez to be undersecretary of defense. this man's nomination has been stalled for 402 days. he will be responsible for $170 billion logistics budget, $170 billion. that's a year. this budget supports our men and women in uniform as well as millions of machines that make them and take them where they want to go. he specialized in military logistics for more than ten years and it's unfortunate that republicans will hold up confirmation of such a crucial defense department nomination. now, i'm told most of it's held up for an unrelated matter. dealing with some other issue. just wrong. if you don't like this guy, stand up and say why you don't like him and vote against him. but don't stop us from moving forward on the nomination. now, most of the opposition to this man has been held up for 200 days is i'm told by the senior senator from texas, the junior senator from texas has placed a hold on another nomination. a man named tom wheeler to be democratic member of the federal communications commission. the f.c.c., very important agency. in nngs to writing two books mr. whe
except for police, or in self-defense, today and he a councilman asked for a ordinance changing that, allowing for the discharge by a licensed trapper only for the purpose of killing the feral pigs. >> the memo is allowing us to use the gun. in the city. in the city limits. >> reporter: he says the state fish and wildlife biologists thinks trapping and shooting is more humane than euthanizing with a chemical process. and transporting them outside of the city would mean possibly releasing invasive species into another habitat. we talked off camera to a trapper who says once the pig is in the trap, he shoots at close range with a bebe-type gun and emphasizes only licensed trappers would be allowed to shoot. >> we're not asking people to hunt them. >> brook watched her husband chase the pigs off their lawn. she's not afraid for her safety or the safety of her boys, 9 and 4 years old. she thinks the pigs should be left alone.. >> i still don't feel like they need to be put down. in any way >> the counsel is expected to vote next week. >>> san jess yeah has a serious gang problem but it
he killed his girlfriend back in february. he contends he shot her in self-defense. thinking she was an intruder. and finally, archaeologist off the coast of north carolina have recover add pirate treasure. yesterday they raised five cannons from the ocean floor that belong to the infamous pirate black beard. she was found in a boat wreck card that dates back to 1717. the archaeologists say it looks like it was made in sweden which hints that black beard bout or stole his equipment from different countries. >> thank you. al jazeera america, with just a few months to ago, is russia ready for the winter olympics. and the nba regular season getting underway tonight, when we return, michael eaves is here with a day in sports. determining using some sort of subjective interpretation of their policy as to whether or not your particular report was actually abusive, because if it doesn't contain language that specifically threatens you directly or is targeted towards you specifically, they may not consider it abuse. they may consider it offensive. and in that case they just recommend tha
wendy davis was shot and killed in florida last year by a man citing the law in his defense. >> the person that shot and killed my son is walking the streets today. and this law does not work. >> sabrina fulton is the mother of trayvon martin, he was shot and killed by george zimmerman. the case made headlines and put the law in the national spotlight. george zimmerman did not sues stand-your-ground as his defense, claiming self-defence. the judge cited an aspect of stand-your-ground during jury instructions. the overlapping elements of stand-your-ground and self-defence can be confusing, with self-defence you would go to trial to convince a judge or jury. with stand-your-ground, it's a motion considered even before trial. >> i was justified in killing this person because it was kill or be killed. >> if the judge agrees with you, there is no trial. >> in washington lawmakers are looking at all sides of this argument - hearing from supporters of the law. >> they protect law-abiding citizens leaving a place where they are allowed to be >> reporter: is there anything congress
, the question, and most clearly brought out with the pre-emptive doctrine of defense has been debated ever since to beyond a single degree have sorted out to come up with a clear in answer to that question so what happens now case by case we evaluate if they violate some sort of principle it is really messy the visit is not discussed in the context there is a moral and practical discussion and these all mixed together an a way that isn't as quite as clear with the personal debate in the united states. >> i think by a need help to refrain the question why you wanted addressed domestically. >> for instance and the cartels and operate along the lines of communication with information with right to protect hall a 45 minute gunbattle includes hand grenades and automatic weapons. that type of information because we connect the dots date data or information is intelligence so we put that in the lead that is no consider the right to protect so security verses privacy? we have a bridge that already. >> we work collaborative flee with other federal partners every day for the work that we do is obviously d
individuals in absenta and sentence them to death is deplorable. you may have seen no defense evidence was called whatsoever. my clients have no light to appeal and rather than seek extradition before the trial started the government decided to forego that and go for a sensationalist victory, which has more to do with the upcoming election. to say that they fled is unfair characterisation of what happened. they both supported the unity of pakistan on a political standpoint. neither of them supported the military action, and they have distanced themselves from that. chowdhury mueen-uddin, for example, has returned several times to bangladesh over the last 40 years, has never attempted to conceal his whereabouts, and has not shied away from these allegations. he has said quite openly, to this news station and publicly that he is quite prepared to put himself before a credible judicial process, but this is not a credible judicial process. >> intense fighting between m23 rebels and the military outside the democratic republic of congo. the rebels control only three hill areas near the rwan
. try fixodent. it helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >> it sold more than 30 million records and recorded more than a dozen top 40 hits including reminiscing, lady and night owl. here to perform a song from "cuts like a diamond," please welcome "the little river band." >> great to have you here. lil wayne, your music has been able to span over several decades. one of the most notable things about little river band is the incredible harmonies of the band. is it natural to you guys or do you have to really work at it like if i sang with you? >> what a loaded question. >> yeah, it's loaded. i haven't heard you sing but you are playing great. >> that's why there is not a mieshg phone for me. that's a reason for that. >> it does come natural with these people. after people come and go after 30 years we have had a lot of people come and go, one of the connecting elements is that ability to blend, sing hard night after night and create that kind of blend in those kind of powerful vocals. >> this new album "
. it looked like they were being insensitive to the cancer patient. >> a strong defense is a good offense and these guys are really offensive. and that's why they see no problem going after her instead of obama. why was this missed? this whole story, which has been out since 2010, why was this entire story except by fnc and conservative blogs? and it's very simple. media bias provides a blinder that obscures the beliefs. it's the morphine that deadens the pain of your own mistakes. so there's no way that the media could see this until now. >> do you see -- seriously, did you see in 2010 -- did anybody in this country -- very few people were aware of this. >> oh, my god. >> that you couldn't keep your -- >> are you out of your mind? >> bob, where have you been? that was the reason republicans won in 2010. >> i'm talking about the majority of the american people. >> can i just throw this out here? i'm a conspiracy theorist. the reason why obama delayed the employer mandate is they knew it was going to be 70 million people thrown off the rolls and they didn't want it in an election year. >>
're the first line of defense for the country. if i wasn't an agent, and i did not work for the united states border patrol, i would want somebody out here that had a little bit of a rah-rah attitude, where he really truly took his job serious and wantedto defend the country. that's my view on it. >> so there's been a few officer-involved shootings at the border that have gotten a lot of attention lately 16 year old guy from the mexican side jose antonio and he was shot by a border patrol agent from the us side does that trouble you? >> well, we have several shootings, i can't freely speak about that one, because they're still looking into it. but what people don't understand when they say rocks the agents were rocked. i don't know what people's concept of a rock is, but it's huge rocks. it's not these little rocks. it's huge rocks. in, in areas that are populated, like closer to nogales, at times what they throw is it's chunks of cement! that are broken off the sidewalk. it's a dangerous job. >> there've been 16 deaths of border patrol agents in the last 5 years. thirteen of those were acci
's stand your ground law, even though it was not used as a defense. fulton said stand your ground laws dot -- do not work. and needs to be changed. >> what kind of message are we sending our kids? because remember, these are our kids, and our communities don't feel safe. >> reporter: the senate is debating the merit of stand your ground laws, which are enforced in different ways in different states. denise? >> thank you very much. nearly two dozen states have some form of stand your ground laws. >> 10 years in prison, that's the sentence of brother of actress mia farrow. john entered a plea to the charges this summer. the judge sentenced him to 25 years, with all but 10 years suspended. they apologize to the victim who was not in court. the 65-year-old and father of two was indicted for sexual abuse between 2000 and 2008, when the victims were children. >>> baltimore county is forced to void nearly 1500 speed camera tickets after a certification mistake. monique griego has more on why the county didn't alert the public. >> reporter: these problems actually happened back in february and mar
your ground defense. >> this law does not work. we need to seriously take a look at this law. we need to seriously speak with the state attorney's office, the police department. more attorneys. we need to do something about this law. when our kids cannot feel safe in their own community. >> in july, george zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder and manslaughter in trayvon martin's death. >> thank you, kai. nearly two dozen states have some form of stand your ground law. >>> outrage continues in one california community, after a teenager is fatally shot by a sheriff's deputy. the teen was carrying a toy rifle that police say looks very real. critics say the deputy acted too swiftly. dan simon has more. >> reporter: outrage in a northern california time. a toy pellet gun, mistakenly identified by a sheriff's deputy for the real thing. the suffer sheriff's deputying firing eight rounds at andy lopez, killing him. >> the report are that he asked the boy to drop the weapon and he didn't drop it. >> andy was not that type, believe me. andy, if he knew it was a sheriff, if he was as
trial. prosecutors rested their case against rivera and then the defense began to present its case. rivera is accused of shooting sean taylor in a botched home robbery. >>> we've all had those moments when a neighbor's barking dog with interrupt an afternoon outside, but in phoenix barking dogs apparently pushed one neighbor over the edge. police say 56-year-old michael guzzo shot himself after killing his neighbors, their son, a fourth family member and their two dogs. other neighbors say they do believe the confrontation began over the dogs and their barking. >>> just a week left in campaign 2013 in the state of virginia and a few hundred supporters came out today to see tea party favorite senator rand paul as he was stumping for ken cuccinelli this afternoon. as peggy fox tells us, the campaign is pushing its base to come out in force next tuesday. >> i had to stop to go to bingo because i heard nanny bloomberg wanted to buy a governor seat down here. after figured after he got my bingo he was coming for my gun. >> reporter: senator rand paul started with a slam to mcauliffe's
in opposition to men, therefore people feel defensive around the word. i want that not to happen. mennt to work together with , and i'm interested in equality rather than the idea that some people might have -- exactly, superior first >. >> are you comfortable with the term feminist? >> absolutely not. oft of the reason is part the battles of feminism and suffrage were established so long and have since been fought successfully. more women go through university now than men, girls routinely outplay boys in the classroom. women have made impacts in all aspect up her fresh and alive. what stops you from using the word feminist yourself? say is i was about to what has evolved now is the kind of artificial engineering, the kind of construct. all of those great battles have been fought. what feminists are now often looking for, they are spoiling for a fight. they seize upon petty grievances which i think offend the original symbols of feminism. for example, talking about digital activism and all of the sisters who come crying in force. it should live media is very efficient at doing that, but look a
and government spending in general. including defense spending which partly explains i think why with cuccinelli is getting beat down in newport news. >> these numbers are stirring. look at this. among the voters down there, republicans have once again fielded a candidate who women generally flee from in droves. if women flee in droves. even in the case of rape and incest which for some people is an exception is losing to terry mcauliffe among women. this is like the new york mayor's race. 24-point difference. among basically even among men tied. so the issues that grab our attention and women in the media and outside the media didn't seem to move the men. maybe they're gun oriented or something. they're still with cuccinelli. but a 24-point spread for women. what do you make of that? >> i would give terry mcauliffe some credit there. he has not been afraid to run on the social issues in virginia. >> no, he isn't. >> he and his people saw that there was this gender gap and it could be widened. cuccinelli also supports a personhood bill which makes contraception illegal. he has gone to go against
offered a steady defense of the overall obama care program. the website will be fixed, she promised, and in the long run more americans will have better coverage. cnn investigations correspondent chris frakes joins me now from washington. chris, a couple questions for you from this hearing here. the hearing this morning clearly hit on the issues, the glitches, whatever you want to call it with the website. it also got into reports that obama care is causing a lot of people to lose the coverage they already have and that is something president obama always said would never happen. take a listen. >> if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor under the reform proposals we put forward. if you like your private health insurance plan, you can keep it. if you like the plan you have, you can keep it. if you like the doctor you have, you can keep your doctor too. we will keep this promise to the american people. if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor, period. if you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep your health care plan, period. if you like y
at the department of defense tying that to this litmus test. but it would be totally inappropriate to require some statement like that and given the number of people that you talked about being involved, this wouldgi have come out of officially rather than just few the innuendo of tying it to the cuts. >> host: congressman mike conaway, our guest here, republican from texas sifting on intelligence committeings taking your questions and comments about the nsa intelligence and surveillance programs. ron, you're next. from vermont. democratic caller. hi, ron. gest i would like to say years ago, j. edgar hoover had many files on people especially from congress. i think that right now, the whole democratic process has been underminded. america is no longer free. when you know, we have files now, electronic files on all congressman, on all senators, on all leaders, how can we trust anybodyon in our government any longer because how do we know that you aren't being coerced into voting certain ways? i have had it. the government is corrupt. and we're looking elsewhere. >> host: ron, we'll get a response f
, to defense matters, to economic matters. i'm a strong supporter of it. >> reporter: the director of national intelligence, james clapper announced overnight he's declassifying a trove of documents about collection under the foreign intelligence surveillance act or fisa. this is the act that authorized collection of data on virtually every telephone caller here in the u.s. and later today, clapper and the head of the nsa, keith alexander, will be testifying on the hill. kate, we can expect them to face hard questions as well. >> surveillance about american citizens made some sense. i wonder if they're getting pushed too far, jim. thanks for the reporting this morning. let's head to the white house. they say they're going to declassify and review everything. brianna keilar with more this morning. is the white house abandoning the program. >> would you would wonder if you are listening to democratic senate chairman of the intelligence committee, dianne feinstein, she said, quote, collection on our allies will not continue. but one senior administration official that i've checked with said that
have northrop grumman, from the defense sector, bank of america. i mean this all sound very good but are we really safe from cyber attacks at this very moment? >> we're not even close and i don't think the effort that's underway right now in today's meeting a part of is getting us very close. we're not talking about anything close to security standards that companies can implement. there is a lot of fear out there that the government will tell us how we need to protect our networks? do we need to use this software or that hardware. we're so far away from that it is almost mind boggling. i'm not even sure what the strategy is at this point. ashley: let me bring in on that note, governor ridge. that is the big question, isn't it? getting the public and private sector to work together. why is that such a challenge? >> i think it shouldn't be a challenge but i think it is. it is ironic that today the president with his executive order meeting with private sector who own, operate and would be responsible for securing the critical infrastructure of this country. while i think it is a v
as a defense. such laws allow people to use deadly force if they believe their life is in danger. >> catherine: martin's mother say the loss sent the wrong message. >> catherine: their new details after a texas man was arrested after a murder spree. the victim and close some of his own relatives. john laurence reports. goes along with it. -- police believe the man. who 11 judges to rehear this martin's mother says the >> reporter:police in terrell texas say the man suspected of going on a killing spree monday knew several of the victims. police caught up to charles brownlow in a wooded area in the city early tuesday morning. >> reporter:investigators found five people dead across the city, and are still figuring out why it happened. "we have some indications, i don't really want to speculate on a motive we do have several theories that we're working." >> reporter:police were called to the first scene monday evening, and found brownlow's aunt, belinda young walker, shot in the head. >> reporter:a house a few blocks away was on fire. firefighters found the body of mary catherine brownlow. the >>
defense saved us, our offence bill was out. hats off to them. >> michigan state hosting michigan. 23 seconds left. connor cook fades back. fowler is open. michigan state's defense was tenacious. holding the wolverines to mines us 48 yards rushing, due to seven - i said seven sacks. at one point michigan state quarterback devon gardner on three straight plays. the spartans close the deal. 40 out of 120 rushing yards. 29-6. spartans won five of the last six meetings. >> a wild finish. watch this. korn huskers looked done. they marched down the field, ron kellog the third with desperation, hail mary into the end zone, tipped and caught by junioredan wester camp - are you killing me. nebraska with a winner. turning to the nfl. dna ver broncos head coach john fox will undergo heart surgery. he'll be away from the team. he had been toldful his heart condition and hoped to delay surgery until after the season. fox felt dizzy while playing golf. his doctor recommended he undergo ai otheric valve surgery. the team has not named an interim coach. >> earlier the boston red sox clinched the worl
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